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CHAN 9916
Contemporaries of Mozart Series

Wranitzky: Symphonies

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2002

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2001

Artists:

London Mozart Players


Matthias Bamert



Venue:

All Saints' Church, Tooting, London



Producer:

Ralph Couzens



Engineer:

Jonathan Cooper


Christopher Brooke

(Assistant)

Record Label
Chandos

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 70:23
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Contemporaries of Mozart Series

This disc is number 15 in The Contemporaries of Mozart Series
   
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PAUL WRANITZKY

(1756-1808)
   
 

Symphony in D major, Op. 36

21:42  
  in D-Dur - en ré majeur  
1 I Adagio - Allegro molto 6:54
2 II Russe. Allegretto - Minore - Maggiore 5:29
3 III Polonese - Trio 3:12
4 IV Finale: Largo - Rondo. Allegro 5:56
   
 

Symphony in C minor, Op. 11

18:47  
  in c-Moll - en ut mineur  
5 I Grave - Allegro assai 6:28
6 II Adagio 3:57
7 III Menuetto. Allegretto - Trio 2:49
8 IV Presto 5:22
   
premiere recording
 

Grand Characteristic Symphony for the Peace with the French Republic, Op. 31

30:32  
  in C major - in C-Dur - en ut majeur  
9 I The Revolution. Andante maestoso - Allegro molto - 4:51
10 English March - 2:18
11 March of the Austrians and Prussians: 4:06
  Tempo di marcia. Maestoso - Più allegro, tempo primo  
12 II The Fate of the Death of Louis. 2:57
  Adagio affettuoso, con sordini -  
13 Funeral March - [ ] 3:58
14 III English March: Tempo di marcia. Movibile - 0:58
15 March of the Allies - 1:20
16 The Tumult of a Battle. Allegro 2:44
17 IV The Prospects of Peace. Andante grazioso - 1:55
18 Rejoicing at the Achievement of Peace. 5:09
  Allegro vivace  
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'The performances sparkle, and there is plenty of pretty detail from obligato instruments… This is a very welcome addition to Chandos' Contemporaries of Mozart series.'
International Record Review on CHAN 9877 (Salieri)

'One of the most revelatory discographic projects currently underway… Top-flight performances and demonstration sonics - another major landmark in Bamert's ongoing series.'
BBC Music Magazine on CHAN 9703 (Kozeluch)

'…outstanding playing and conducting…'
Gramophone on CHAN 9823 (Wesley)

A most worthwhile revival of a lost contemporary of Mozarts… I cannot imagine better advocacy for it than this recording…
Gramophone Magazine

The three symphonies here bear witness to a skilled and enterprising composer… I cannot imagine better advocacy for it than this recording, under the alert and sensitive direction of Matthias Bamert, who secures some excellent playing…
Gramophone

'I hope readers will try it. Certainly I cannot imagine better advocacy for it that this recording''
Gramophone




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